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RC

abbr.
1. radio controlled
2. Red Cross
3. Roman Catholic
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The theory of resistance of reinforced concrete structures, as before [1], is aimed at a precise definition of the four major problems:
Eventually, when a code of practice has to be agreed upon it is of great importance that protection of reinforced concrete by surface coating systems is considered and included.
REINFORCED CONCRETE WALLS IN A CLIMATE CORRESPONDING TO THE CONDITIONS IN THE ARABIAN GULF
If durability coupled with the flexibility of design considerations are not enough to convince the non-believer of the superiority of reinforced concrete construction, there is still the issue of environmental impact.
Based on the test results, the compressive strength of steel fibre reinforced concrete [f.
The stress transfer between steel and surrounding concrete is a fundamental characteristic of reinforced concrete structures.
Biggs shows, however, that it was only the facade that was new - architect Albert Kahn's impressive, large, windowed, reinforced concrete shell.
A new building technique, called composite construction, involves the use of steel columns surrounded by reinforced concrete.
The rising trend in the production of reinforced concrete products, established in recent years (growth rates in 2006 - 109%, 2007 - 122%), was replaced by a stagnation in 2008 (production fell by 0,2%), and then a deep fall in 2009 - production dropped by 38% compared to the previous year.
of Hawaii, presents a reference on mathematical models of concrete and their applications to reinforced concrete structures.
For months, Local 46 has been broadcasting 60-second spots on 1010 WINS Radio to inform commuters of the benefits of union labor providing genuine lath and plaster, as well as cast-in-place reinforced concrete construction," says Bill Hohlfeld, LMCT coordinator.
The system faces its first commercial test in Shanghai's airport city link powered by Siemens technology from Munich, while Munich-based engineers CBP designed the raised reinforced concrete track.